This simple narrative is affectionaly dedicated to children of all ages. Tale of the Embera-Wounaan tribe's origins and beliefs, its geographic location and customs. It narrates a boy's birth, and his eventual growth into one of his community's most distinguished members. This material offers an excellent opportunity to learn more about the defferent ethnic group that live in the Republic of Panama and the Americas in general.
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Born in Monterrey, N. L. Mexico. Humanities degree Bachelor from Technological Institute of Advanced Studies of Monterrey. Move to Panama in 1968 when was 19. and dedicated to family life. Later worked in tourist Industry as manager of apart hotels. Active member in varios associations was President of Engineer's and Architects' Wives Club and Transportation, Hotels and Travel Agencies Club, where vas distinguished with the Communication Award in 1999 for her dedication for many years to the publication of International EHTA Bulletin. Collaborated in managerial posts of the Panamanian Hotel Association, having various recognition for outstanding work in organizing Couses and Seminars; the most notavle wat in 1993, for her contribution in the promotion of touris in Panama, but especially for the organization of the National Tourism Contest for Literature and Painting, wich was awarded by the American Chamber of Commerce and Indutry. At her retiremen, she dedicates her time writing stories, with a sepecial emphasis on children's literature that focuses on teaching principles and moral values. Other stories by this author are Mancha, Something to Give, The Flower Castle, Just Plain Curious, The Arserini Family, The Dew. All written in Spanish.
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Descripción Imprenta Articsa, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX9962002923